There’s been a lot of buzz around the recently released Ford v Ferrari film, and the Big Blue Oval isn’t ready to let it die down. Today, as a nod to their historic Le Mans win in 1966, the company revealed two limited edition 2021 GTsâ€”the â€˜Heritage’ and the â€˜Studio.’ Let’s tackle the former first.
The 2021 Ford GT Heritage Edition specifically commemorates the company’s first-ever 24-hour win by their GT40 Mark II at the Daytona endurance race in 1966 (four months later, all three of those vehicles took the top three spots at Le Mans). This new Heritage vehicle celebrates the past with a carbon-fiber hood, ’98’ side graphic, ‘Frozen White’ exterior paint, and 20-inch gold-colored aluminum wheels with red lacquered Brembo monoblock brake calipers.
The exterior’s â€˜Race Red’ accents on the roof, front fascia, driver’s door, and rear wing are matched by anodized red paddle shifters and Alcantara suede performance seats on the interior. Alcantara is also featured on the steering wheel’s rim, the instrument panel, and the headliner.
The 2021 GT will see delivery beginning early next year. Have questions or want to purchase a Mustang in the interim? Give us a call at Skaha Ford!